, up 17 cents state wide. 4.48 is the california average and in individual cities. it's as bad if not worse. ventura up. 4.53. l.a., up 9 cents in one night. 4.53 and in san francisco 16 cents higher at 4.59 we are going to talk to our buddy, the gas buddy, at the top of the hour. where has this been going. republican congressman kevin brady joins us from houston. this is friday, jobs report, you've seen the numbers, a sharp drop to 7.8%. i want your initial reaction to this. what do you think? >> you know, i think we're focused on the the wrong number. i think the jobs number. 114,000, extremely weak again, doesn't even keep pace with population growth. we ought to be 250,000 or 350,000 new jobs every month. this far out from the recession and if you look closely at the unemployment number, yes, more people went back to work, but the bulk of them, nearly 600,000, got only part-time jobs. they wanted full-time and they're getting part-time and that's a key reason that the unemployment number dropped and we don't want a part-time recovery. stuart: thank you for bringing that up.